Prop. 19

Prop. 19 allows people 21 years old or older to possess, cultivate, or transport marijuana for personal use. Fiscal Impact: Depending on federal, state, and local government actions, potential increased tax and fee revenues in the hundreds of millions of dollars annually and potential correctional savings of several tens of millions of dollars annually. This ballot measure (FAILED)

California Proposition Contribution Totals

Nov. 5, 2010 - MAPLight.org's research team has provided campaign finance totals for Prop. 19, Prop. 20, Prop. 21, Prop. 22, Prop. 23, Prop. 24, Prop. 25, Prop. 26. and Prop. 27 for contributions through Nov. 5, 2010. Click here to download a spreadsheet with breakdowns of contributions by committee, analysis provided by MAPLight.org.

$147 Million Spent on California's Nov. Ballot Measures

Nov 5, 2010 - On the nine state-wide measures on the Nov. 2, 2010 ballot, supporters and opponents spent a combined $147 million trying to sway public opinion. Topping the list is Charles T. Munger, Jr. and his wife, Charlotte A. Lowell, with the couple putting in over $12.6 million. Not far behind is the California Teachers Association with $11.5 million. In total, 40 individuals and organizations gave $1,000,000 or more.

California Prop. 19 - Campaign Contributions - Nov. 2010

In Support of Prop. 19   

Contributions $4,050,581
Votes 3,429,703 (46.1%)

In Opposition to Prop. 19:

Contributions $319,999
Votes 4,000,536 (53.9%)